As a mom in school, how would you rate your study habits?  Maybe your study habits were excellent before children but have found it to be a challenge now that you are a mom.  It’s okay, this is very normal but also manageable.  There are ways to get those study habits back but there is also a way to… Read More

This Father’s Day skip the cookout and bad tie, instead give dad a gift that will be still giving years from now. Encourage Dad to Fulfill His Education Dreams Every dad wants to do the best he can for his family. However, many dads lack the education necessary to get a good paying job. Or… Read More

Getting a college education is now easier than ever. Today’s students have a wide variety of courses and majors to choose from. For the first time ever, students do not have to travel to a campus to get a degree. Online education is now the popular option for most students however, is it really the… Read More

Spring Colleges

To kick off the spring season, I thought it would be fun to look at a few colleges with the word “spring” in the title.  Not only is this amusing but it is very informational since one of these colleges may be of interest to you. Colleges Titled “Spring“ Spring Hill College Spring Arbor University… Read More

Rasmussen College, which offers online degree programs, recently announced that it has opened a new campus in Ocala, Florida. Officials said that the new facility will house computer labs that feature Alienware high-performance custom gaming PCs as well as a Microsoft Windows server room setup for individuals who are pursuing information technology degree programs. Furthermore,… Read More

Walden University, which is an online school, recently announced the availability of four new scholarship programs through its Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership. Officials said that the scholarships were created to help foster the next generation of higher education professionals. Specifically, one program within the education field will allow students to specialize… Read More

Many community colleges and universities are entering articulation agreements in order to allow students in high-demand fields to transfer from a two-year school to a bachelors degree-granting institution. Under these agreements, community colleges are often able to offer the university's courses on their own campus, which allows students to stay closer to home while they… Read More